ELFT is working with service users with a Learning Disability and their carers to undertake a Health Needs Analysis project. The project will involve speaking with families in Newham, Tower Hamlets, Hackney and the City of London. The Trust is holding three events - one in each borough - inviting people to attend to share their views and experiences. Individuals and their families are warmly encouraged to share their views.
Ruth Cooper, ELFT's Strategic Lead for Learning Disability said, "We are keen to ensure that our services support people with a Learning Disability, and their carers and families, to stay healthy and to get the most out of life. The best way to achieve this is to hear it direct from them. So please come along for a cuppa and a chat. Everyone is welcome."
What is a Health Needs Analysis?
A Health Needs Analysis involves talking to people who use Learning Disability services to understand what they need and what types of support would help them in their daily lives and also help them to reach their longer term goals
We are hosting three meetings, inviting service users and carers who use ELFT's Learning Disability Service, and those who have been discharged in the last 12 months. Service users/carers can be paid for attending the meetings.
Newham - See Keeping Healthy Newham Flyer >>
Wednesday 18 May 2022 : 1.00pm -3.00pm
Forest Gate Library,
6-8 Woodgrange Road,
London E7 0QH
City and Hackney - See Keeping Healthy City and Hackney Flyer >>
Thursday 19 May 2022: 1.00pm - 3.00pm
London E8 3ND
Tower Hamlets - See Keeping Healthy Tower Hamlets Flyer >>
Friday 20 May 2022: 10.00am - 12.00pm
58 Underwood Road
London E1 5AW
Contact can be made to book your place: email@example.com or call 01234 310589
What will happen next?
The Learning Disability service will write a report with all the information we find out
We will use the feedback and comments we receive to help us plan ELFT services so that they are better for people with a Learning Disability
This project is solely about Learning Disability Services in Newham, City and Hackney and Tower Hamlets.